Country singer Mindy McCready was in stable condition in a hospital Thursday after police said she cut her wrists and took several pills in an apparent suicide attempt.
A Nashville police report said McCready’s brother discovered the singer in her bloody bed several hours after she returned Wednesday morning from a night out. Timothy McCready told police his sister had been “very intoxicated.”
Centennial Medical Center spokeswoman Jenny Barker said Thursday that McCready, who was hospitalized Wednesday, remained in stable condition.
McCready attorney Lee Ofman said he did not have details about the situation and her publicist did not immediately return a phone message Thursday.
McCready, 33, has had one No. 1 hit, “Guys Do It All the Time,” in 1996. She has struggled in recent years with legal and personal problems that included previous suicide attempts.